Tag Archives: John McCain

Staff of the Goths, DNC, RNC, and Why This Election is Very Important to Me

Now, Heavenly Father, we all know You have a great sense of humor and impeccable timing. To send a hurricane on the third anniversary of the Katrina disaster and right at the beginning of the Republican Convention was, at first blush, a stroke of divine irony. I don’t blame You, I know You’re angry that […]

I Had a Dream: John McCain Picked a Woman as VP Running Mate

I’m standing in a hallway. There’s tension in the air. McCain just picked a woman as his VP running mate. His advisers are divided. They are arguing. I hear a loud voice, “there goes our ‘experience’ argument against Obama out the window!” I’m watching two of McCain’s advisers arguing over the issue. One of them […]

We Pick the Presidential Candidate Who Shares Our Worldview

Regular readers of this blog know by now that I’m pro-Obama. Not that I hate McCain or because  I think that Obama is the political messiah, as caricatured by his detractors. It’s simply because, after considering the policies of both candidates (at least those policies that are important to me), their moral values and worldviews, […]

Obama and McCain @ Saddleback Civil Forum

If you’ve been following the presidential election closely then chances are you’ve already seen or heard about the Obama-McCain Saddleback Civil Forum. If you still haven’t seen the program then I highly recommend that you watch it in its entirety, here. CNN has been milking the program via re-runs. In fact, I am watching a […]